MICA Brings Artists’ Innovative Photographic Works to the University
Nate Larson, The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) photography professor was approached by John Shipman, The Art Gallery director, last year to establish a regional partnership to bring more art installations to the university.
Barbara Probst focuses on not only the photograph but the process used to take the photograph. (Julia Keane/Bloc Photographer)
William Lamson traces the path of the sun in the Mojave Desert in his piece, “A Line Describing the Sun.” (Julia Keane/Bloc Photographer)
A viewer watches William Lamson on screen as he draws the path of the sun to create a 22-foot long glass mold of the line. (Julia Keane/Bloc Photographer)
David Emitt Adams created 10 original, never-before-seen pieces specifically for this art exhibition. (Julia Keane/Bloc Photographer)
David Emitt Adams uses old tin cans to imprint his photographs using a method called wet-plate collodion. (Julia Keane/Bloc Photographer)
Viewers were able to hear a discussion about the exhibition during the opening by curator Nate Larson. (Julia Keane/Bloc Photographer)
“The gallery is a wonderful space to showcase and highlight the humanities and the arts and culture here at Maryland. For me, here, it’s like a safe space for the arts. We can invite people in. Anyone from Undergrads to kindergartners to the elderly, they’re in here, looking at shows. That’s why I love it.” said Madeline Gent, a graduate assistant of the Art Gallery. (Julia Keane/Bloc Photographer)
Julia Keane is a sophomore environmental science and policy major and can be reached at email@example.com.
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